Beginning today, April 12, 2021, you will notice that our Premium and Pro plans have been renamed as Starter and Core, respectively. Your subscription and the included features remain the same - and will even include a few expansions, such as upcoming basic team management in Core. You can refer to our pricing page for details. If you subscribe to one of these plans, there is no action needed on your part - this change will be applied automatically. There are no changes to the Publisher Pro plan.
Our Business and Enterprise subscriptions are also changing: Business to a new Enterprise Standard plan, and Enterprise to a new Enterprise Plus plan. Both plans will allow for more flexible per-user pricing, while supporting the same features as their predecessors. If you subscribe to one of these plans, your current subscription will remain in place until your renewal. If you would like to find out more, please contact your sales representative.
What’s new in AppSheet Enterprise Standard and AppSheet Enterprise Plus?
For this community, one of the key benefits of the new Enterprise subscriptions is that you can purchase end-user licenses without an annual fixed fee. This will give access to the more robust features of AppSheet with connectors, authentication, and governance for smaller user counts.
These subscription changes help us to align plan names with the way similar plans are named across Google products and enable further integration between AppSheet and Google.
Am I going to pay more for my current subscription?
No. Your price-per-license and features included in your license don’t change.
Is my feature set being limited?
No. The feature set included in each plan remains the same (and increases in a few cases).